Interfaith Justice Team Meeting

A rainbow circle of symbols of six major faith traditions

Monday, November 29, 7–8:30 p.m. via Zoom

At the next monthly meeting of the Interfaith Justice Team, Nancy Maranville will lead the reflection on SET THE WORLD ON FIRE: How Antisemitism Fuels White Nationalism, which is the first in the PBS Town Hall series on Exploring Hate: www.pbs.org/wnet/exploring-hate/2021/09/20/exploring-hate-presents/. You needn’t have watched the program to attend.

(Please note this meeting date is an exception; our normal schedule is the 4th Monday of the month.)

Newcomers (to the church, or to the group) are welcome! Find the Zoom link in UUC Connect (login required) or contact the church office. For more information please email Nancy Maranville, team chair.

The UUC Interfaith Justice Team partners with nearby faith communities to oppose anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and other forms of religious intolerance through constructive collaboration and effective modes of ally-ship. Amidst the rise of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and religious intolerance in general, the Interfaith Justice Team covenants to partner with neighboring faith communities in order to build relationships, identify opportunities for deeper conversations, and position ourselves as allies and positive bystanders.